Chloé Royer (FR)
Transforming materials or choreographic movement, Chloé Royer explores the potential of metamorphosis latent in all things, inanimate or alive. Playing with the concept of disequilibrium, this artist creates unusual forms and unexpected combinations. Ultimately, her works exist on the points of connection between things, such as skin on skin or surface to surface. She creates hybrids that defy categorisation — being neither human, animal nor thing, disrupting taxonomies and baffling our perceptions. As such, the artist blurs identities and makes us feel at ease with the strange.
Chloé Royer (b. 1989, FR) lives and works in Paris France. She holds an MFA from the École des Beaux-Art in Paris and studied at the School of the Art Institute in Chicago. In 2021, she received the FahrArt prize and has been artist in residency at the CND Centre National de la Danse in Pantin and at AMA in Athens. Earlier this year, she exhibited with Etage Projects at NOMAD St. Moritz.
Exo Mirror 1
Polished chrome 120 x 35 x 180 cm
Exo Mirror 2
Polished chrome 300 x 160 x 40 cm